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stocks. action alerts plus is a charitable portfolio that provides trade by trade strategies. online, mobile, social media, we are thestreet.com. a big win for netflix, the stock soaring more than 20% after hours on a strong earnings report. but a big miss for caterpillars they fall short of estimates and the ceo talks about the health of the global economy. and cracked foundation, is the shortage of homes for sale creating a speed bump for the recovery. >>> good everyone, it was a strong earning report late in the day for netflix. >> our top story, earnings and the economy. and conflicts signals about the shape of the business landscape. first, netflix a stunning earnings report after the market closed boosting the stock by more than twenty-five % after hours. they are pulling in millions of sub viscribe subscribers, thanks to rolling out original movies. >>> by contrast, disappointing numbers from caterpillar. it issued a gloomy out look for the rest of the year, because of weak demand for the bull dozers, they are considered a bell weather for the global economy, so the investors
the caution from ge about the industrial business. >>> coming up, is the end of tax-free online shopping near? we will present both sides of a hot debate that could impact your money. first, a look at how the international markets closed today. >> when you buy items over the internet, do you pay taxes on them? apparently a lot of us don't, there's no legislation that is aimed at making sure that everyone pays up no matter the state they live in. and a vote could come this week. we are in washington with more of the very controversial legislation. so, who is behind this move on collecting more sales tax? >> well, it's a good question. it's something the retail industry has wanted to do for more than a decade, make sure that internet vendors collect sales tax for products sold online. the united states senate is taking up a bill that would allow states to collect sales taxes from us of state companies. >> there's some items where consumers are price sensitive and online retailers that do not collect sales taxes can under ku cut can the brick and mortar retailer by 10% because of the situation.
this evening a full conversation about online education, something called math open online courses. >> we talk to anant agarwal, amy guttman, tom friedman and joel klein. >> i do think that the blended model is the one that we can say with certainty is revolutionizing higher education now and actually k through 12 as well. i think it is still, we are not online. because it takes an exceptional person to be so motivated and so creative to do something online and get the same thing out of it as wow wld get wth having a master teacher. >> i think what online learning and moocs has done it has put education front and center of the national and international eco, i think people are discussing it and i think teachers are becoming rock stars and i think education as a field i think is becoming exciting and i think people who pay a lot more attention to it and i think that is really good thing. >> rose: syria and chemical weapons, online education, taking new strides. when we continue. funding for charlie rose was provided by the following. captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios
unfair it is to watch their online competitors offer lower prices on the exact same products. we've heard a lot of talk about that today. that's called showrooming. that is basically people shopping. in the old days they would go to one store and they would compare. then they would go to another store and compare. then they would work back and forth and figure out where they had their best deal or where they felt they had the best deal with the best service. that doesn't happen online. first of all, in my state they have a 6% advantage because our sales tax is 6% in all of our counties. that's a 6% advantage from the get-go. and in these hard economic times, a price is the driving force. that's why this bill has so much bipartisan support. 74 votes, mr. president. you've been here a short period of time but you're very observant, i know that. and you've watched very few times that we've got that type of broad bipartisan support on anything. and that's what's refreshing to see. and with awful -- and with all my friends that come from states that don't have taxes and friends from both sides
into a temporary tailspin escalated concerns about corporate internet security and how safe all our online accounts really are. today a victory for the good guys. police in australia arrested a man believed to be a high level member of the computer hacking ring called lose security. it's part of the larger group known as anonymous. which has claimed responsibility for cyber attacks on the cia, sony pictures and even public broadcasting service. meanwhile, online brokerage giant charles schwab admitted the website was the target of a second cyber attack in as many days. denying its clients access to their online accounts for several hours. the problem has been resolved and schwab investors can safely trade again. >>> with so many of those schwab clients using mobile devices to conduct trades. another worry on everyone's mind how vulnerable is your mobil phone to being attacked. john herring, ceo of lookout demonstrates just how simple and quick it is to gain access to your mobile accounts. >> there's a whole host of spoof e-mails, in this case, what we have is an e-mail from a colleague. it says, he
is back online. sheldor? the conqueror. what are you doing? afk. i'm playing age of conan an online multiplayer game set in the universe of robert e. howard's conan the barbarian. oh. sheldor back online. what's "afk"? afk. away from keyboard. oh, i see. what does that stand for? oh, i see. yes, but what does it stand for? now, just click on the enchanted boots to put them on. mm, i don't know-- can i see them in another color? just click on them. yeah, congratulations. you are now a level-three warrior. (gasps) what's going on? leonard, guess what? i'm a level-three warrior. great. do you know there are groceries outside of your apartment? yeah, yeah, yeah. shh. i only bring it up because your ice cream's melting and it's starting to attract wildlife. uh-huh, yeah. do i stay in the jungle or go towards the beach? it doesn't matter; right now you're looking for treasure. wait, wait where are you going? no, no. you're okay. if you run into crocodiles just kick them with your boots. you want to catch me up? well, let's see, uh, she attempted to open her apartment with her car key beca
devices that were published in the al qaeda magazine "inspire" published online. during his interrogation in the hospital, the surviving suspect in the bombings in boston is reported to have said he and his brother, quote, read the instructions at that al qaeda magazine. indeed, the whole how to make a bomb in the kitchen of your mom thing, that was not an essay about bomb making and why it's a good idea but a set of very specific detailed instructions. the by line was a pakistani american guy writing in relatively accessible americanesse english. the al qaeda magazine is not the only place you can get a specific instruction manual about explosives. probably to the chagrin of our corporate overlords or whoever monitors our online networks here at 30 rock it only took me five minutes of googling to find specific instructions on making explosives are all over. not just discussions about it or ideological debates, people exhorting other people to do it but actual step by step instructions. when i was looking today for whatever reason white supremacists groups seemed to have some of the most
for a brew shop. >> there's over 2.5 million students. this is the cofounder of the online education company courseera, the largest of its kind in a booming new industry of online classes. >> how things work is about every day life. >> everything happens online. professors from colleges around the country give lectures, and students take quizzes, exams and exchange ideas in online discussions. until recently, it meant indepth learning from renowned professors and just a certificate but with the american council on education giving courseera a stamp of approval, it could mean real credit on your transcript. it means that students will now be able to take some of our courses and have them be transferred potentially for academic credit. >> for the first time ever, if you complete select courses, you can ask for college credit. but there's a catch. it's up to the schools to decide if they will accept it. >> there's some kinds of courses for which it makes perfect sense. >> he teaches a course on courseera and while a fan on online ed, he is careful about giving credit. >> learning something remo
online viewing of tv shows, online viewing. do you watch more tv online than on a traditional tv set? log on to facebook.co facebook.com/afterthebell. we're going to read some of your answers a little later this hour. ♪ [ indistinct shouting ] ♪ [ indistinct shouting ] [ male announcer ] time and sales data. split-second stats. [ indistinct shouting ] ♪ it's so close to the options floor... [ indistinct shouting, bell dinging ] ...you'll bust your brain box. ♪ all onhinkorswim from td ameritrade. ♪ david: see what's happening to blackberry recently? shares of blackberry trading about 16 bucks for first time since lay march. let's head back to nicole petallides on the floor of the new york stock exchange. good day for blackberry. >> right. is it hot or is it not? that's the question. well right now it is hot again. the blackberry, right, the new q-10, those phones available in the u.k., they were on sale and sold out in about two hours which led blackberry executives to tout the company's new blackberry that everybody waited for about a year and a half and its keyboard and what a
tofani, update news..." san jose state is offering a new alternative to the way students take online classes, update news reporter christian ceaser explains. ">>>online classes are becoming a popular option for students as the average college student has to balance jobs, and internships. graduating senior namdi weegway , believes if online classes can improve interaction with professors there will be no need to physically come to class. if we can set up a program, whether it be exercises or coursework, that your physically doing something and applying what your learning and establishing that, thats a go, i'm all for it. san jose state this semester is alreadly enhanceing teacher-student learning experience by partnering with udacity...which offers project based interactive online classes. on campus, san jose state held an open form for faculty and students curious of the new innovative technology. sean laraway, a psychology professor for udacity says the program has more pros than cons. the nice thing about the online course is that it's self paced to some extent, they can access it
from online retailers, a proposal supported by the administration. one of the bill's sponsors is wyoming senator mike in c. his comments are next followed by finance committee chairman senator max baucus of montana said the bill should first go through his committee. >> i want to thank the senator from illinois, senator ben for his interest in his and his participation in this, his ability to explain it and the way that he is brought a lot of people along on helping out with this bill. he has been a great replacement and we made more progress than we ever had any of the 14 years of working on the bill are i thank him for that and his ability to explain things so clearly. i also want to thank senator lamar alexander, who helped us to change this bill in the last year from about an 80 page bill to an 11 page bill and made it states right. as senator durbin so eloquently explained, is state action by the state, this is just to clear up the quill case that made a little bit confusing about whether they could charge tax or not, and then challenge congress to fix the problem. the so
claims the instructions for making a bomb came from al qaeda's online magazine "inspire" which contained a formula that was similar to make the bombs in boston. an employee at a fireworks company says that records show tamerlan tsarnaev bought fireworks at a store in new hampshire in february. >> it's a little disturbing and unsettling that i had any interaction with him. he was an everyday customer, so i dealt with him the way i would any other customer off the street. >> reporter: several online instructions including the one in "inspire" recommended using the contents of fireworks as a bomb component. 5,000 miles away, fbi agents were in the russian province of dagostan to interview the parents. the mother insists her sons could not be terrorists. >> what's happened is a terrible thing but i know that my kids have nothing to do with this. i know it. i am mother. >> that was nbc's pete williams reporting. >>> charges against the mississippi man accused of sending ricin-laced letters to president obama and mississippi senator wicker has been dropped. now investigators are looking for an
, a foiled plot to attack a train bound for new york. i am christine romans. this is your money. online we face a different terror, the terror of seeing your wang account fall to zero or your savings swept away. we got a little taste this week. a hacker got into the twitter account, two explosions at the white house and barack obama injured. that tweet, a fake tweet, was up for just a few minutes before the account was suspended. the market responded in an instant. look at the drop. the dow fell about 145 points or 1%. even though the market bounced right back, it was a scary drop for investors. experts say over the past few months we have seen the number of cyber attacks sky rocket, and the biggest threat, the biggest target, our banks. according to a new verizon report, about 37% of information breaches were aimed at financial organizations. i want to bring in allen pauler, the director of research at the sans institute. we just saw two monday shut down boston for days. that's the visible face of terrorism. the invisible, the countless hits from hackers all over the world every day. how
investigators are considering whether the brothers read al qaeda's online magazine "inspire" to pick up bomb-making skills. of the quanicassee of the three pressure cooker bombs suggest hands on training. >> these individuals were able to reproduce weapons using crude materials off the shelf in an effective manner. that shows me that there is some training there. it's not just something that read. >> earlier today unnamed u.s. official says the working theory of investigators is that the two brothers act willed alone. after a briefing late tote the chairman and ranking member insisted to reporters it was premature to conclude there were no overseas ties adding the fbi is actively reconstructing the 26-year-old's six months in russia, bret. >> bret: thank you more on this with the panel. >> this is a fox news alert. the elvis impersonator has left the building. the part-time musician accused of sending tainted letters to president obama and republican senator is out of jail tonight. not only that all of the charges have now been dropped. the press conference just wrapping um in oxford, missis
" >>> anthony wiener is thinking about getting back into politics after leaving over online events that went public. >>> the online learning company is helping schools expand and the governor of california state university says the online learning program reaches younger generations more affectively. >> people are open to argument and interested in this new form of learning in a world that is is changing as rapidly as any other time. >>> saving the environment and generating power one calorie at a time. they are using exercise to power. they collected 19 machines to grid and each pedal helps power the entire campus. >> the more you challenge yourself the more power you will build. >> the program began about four-months ago and enough energy has been accumulated to power a house for two-days. >>> the power line car is celebrating their anniversary. 1878 was the first rider and a table car bell ringing challenge was held to celebrate. the vice president of union bank rang it has many times as he can and for each dollar he donated to the museum. $3,000 were raised. >>> let's check in with bill
that was put online and went viral. i wonder if any of your programs how you are dealing with the interconnectedness between what's happening in the online world and then what's happening in the offline world and the connection between hate speech and online bullying with what's happening in classrooms and communities. >> not in our town works with communities all over the country. so we use the internet in many positive ways and then we also get a lot of those hostile comments coming in to us as well, which we block. but there's a town, marshaltown, iowa, that recently did a not in our town, not in our community, article on this topic. the newspaper editor was tired of all those negative comments that come in to the newspaper because you see them under the article. at the same time in sioux falls, a town close to them, that had a suicide and the whole community came together to take a positive approach and that kind of combines the two things, looking at how we treat each other online as well as how we treat each other on the community. you can go to our wepb site a
agenda is what to do with online education and what -- in particular what role should yale play. there are going to be many different types of experiences with online education at many levels. >> rose: remnick, miller and levin, next. captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> rose: we begin tonight with the continuing story of the aftermath of the boston marathon tragedy. in boston today, dzhokhar tsarnaev was charged with using and conspiring to use a weapon of mass destruction. the maximum penalty is death. many questions remain unanswered. were they acting alone or did they have help? were they planning more attacks and was their chechen ethnicity important? joining me now is david remnick, he is editor of the "new yorker" magazine which has a full coverage here called "the marathon bombing: tragedy in boston, a place in history" of george parker. "the culprits" by david remnick and the street scene by seth manukin. welcome. >> thank you. >> rose: here's what you say. "the sense of bland unknowingness, he seemed so
about the -- >> there's no twitter moment. there's nothing online. there are no diaries that we know of. there's nothing where it says we're going to do x. there's no friend that says, yes he did this to me and he might take action like this. that we don't have. >> rose: no one heard him say "i'm going to go dig do something that will make me famous"? >> which, charlie, is part of the reason why the investigation what happened in that six months when he was in both dagestan and chechnya is so important. to try to figure out is something -- are these two kind of guys that go act on their own inspired by what they see online? or is it in more conventional terms are they acting on someone else's orders or training? >> rose: and what are the chechens saying? >> well, interestingly, in dagestan, the leading jihadist group disavows any interest in attacking the united states. which is interesting. >> rose: they've got closer targets. >> well, they have. for example, usually in russia. i mean, notoriously, for example at an airport in russia, two women blew themselves up killing a hell of a lo
a small jam maker can ship like a big business. just go online to pay, print and have your packages picked up for free. we'll do the rest. ♪ gler gerri james one of the nation's biggest online brokers, schwab experienced a major cyber attack this week. what it means to you, next. gerri: one of the nation's largest online brokers, charles schwab, shut down for awhile, not able to trade online for hours monday and tuesday this week, when apple announced a big surprise. they resolved the issue, but l ceo warns more attacks, more attacks could come in the future. navigating online trading is harder than ever. how do you do it? what do you do to stay safe? market watch and host of "money life" is here on set, great, really appreciate your time. >> thank you. gerri: what do you think of the snafu? >> recognize that denial of service attacks are going to happen, and it's not just schwab, but every brokerage firm because that's the culture that we live in. the question is -- gerri: i don't want to embrace it though, chuck. at the end of the day, more and more makes me feel less and less comforta
online. a handy guide to the current congress. has information about each member of the hoist and senate. it includes contact information, district maps and committee asassignments. the directory is 12.95 plus shipping and handling and order online. a short time ago we spoke with a capitol hill reporter with the latest on the legislation the senate is debating today on the internet sales tax. gautham nagesh from roll call on capitol hill. what is the purpose of this internet sales bill? >> it would require states online retailers, charge sales tax and collect and remit them when consumers make a purchase online. that includes retailers not within their own state. >> who are some of the bill's supporters and why do some of them say it will level the playing field for retailers? >> well, the bill supporters which include the retail industry, that's the big retailers, wal-mart, best buy, amazon.com which an online retailer also. they say brick-and-mortar retailers are currently at a disadvantage because they have to charge the sales tax where online retailers don't. consumers technically ar
content online so a teacher in north dakota where there are no muslim, potentially, no expert can come to her classroom, they can go to our web site and download the content and teach the things we are teaching. >> i think partnerships are the best way to overcome the limitations because we all have limitations. and sometimes it's just visibility. we actually have on our web site 50 short films and one of them is a muslim student from a school in fremont going to a school in arinda talking about what it's like going to school as a muslim in the united states and they are asking questions and you see we are all kids in school and we have more similarities than differences. i think by partnering there are so many ways that we can spread these ideas because ultimately we're talking about a cultural shift. so we're all limited by our financial resources and by who knows about us, but as we partner together and i say this to all of us in this room because that's basically what rick is challenging us to do is to not let this day stop here but walk out of here and work together to make di
determine what's available online because mostly all of our research is going to be online, we're not looking to go and start talking to every single county of department of elections, and if we can get enough information from that, that's what our report will be based on. >> okay, thank you. no other comments from the commission, so we can go on to our next item. >> item number 5, executive officer's report. >> no report. >> jason fried, lafco staff, i wanted to bring up a couple of brief things, we're going to be doing a joint meeting on monday the 25th, we would have meet the friday before that and after talking with chair avalos, we determined that it doesn't make sense to meet on a friday and the following monday so we're going to cancel that friday meeting, there will be a couple of quick item that is we will need to do after the joint meeting, one of which after march [inaudible] to be in line before the city finishes its budget so they can know how much money they need to have in the budget for us or not have in the budget for us, we will have to have a discussion abtha
but he corresponded with him online. >>> we are tracking developing news in bangladesh. dozens of people have been killed after a building housing several garment factories collapsed. hundreds more are injured. the collapse is a suburb of bangladesh's capitol. it comes five months after a fire killed 112 workers at a factory. >>> the fbi is investigating a hacking incident that caused a brief panic on wall street. a fake associated press tweet was posted yesterday that could quote breaking two explosions at the white house and barack obama is injured. the hoax caused the dow jones to drop 177 points. >> this is twitter there is a bunch of parity accounts. i think if you're going to actually try to look into it, you should look into the actual website rather than social media. >> a group calling itself the syrian electronic army is taking credit for the tweet. that e-mail contained a malicious link and when clicked on it exposed the companies log ins and pass words. we spoke with a professional hacker who says the future of is security will rely on systems. >> there are phone systems comi
looking for love online. but she claims she was unfairly busted for prostitution. we'll have this woman's unusual story when >>> my special guest michele not only designs beautiful scarves but she's also helping to break the cycle of poverty for women. she's the owner of nepali by tdm. i would like to welcome her. look what she has on. do you mind if i just undress her. what do you think? i love this. i've never undressed a woman on the air. oh, the microphone is on. how gorgeous. what makes these so special besides the design. i wanted to take it off but your mike is on. >> we have a community of women, about 125 women. i do a lot of the designing and they do the work. and we have changed their lives. these are women who came from western nepali. very poor. they are using craftsmanship that they learned as children. this is hand woven. this is cashmere hand woven. this is a great one. halle barry has been seen wearing this one a couple of times. >> this one is red. look at that. it's gorgeous. >> this is silk chiffon. the technique is that the women actually work the wool right into it
the p.u.c. is whether the online transportation services fall under ride sharing category meaning regulated as carpools. cab and limo drivers say they need to pay fees and carry commercial car insurance just as they're required to do. >> a big honor coming for a brave 8-year-old girl. at the state alcohol kpol lawmakers will recognize alechlsa lewis for calling 911 when her mother became ill. during the emergency call you can hear alechlsa relaying words to her mother from a 911 operator. >> we're at grandma's house. my great grandma is here. so... >> wow. >> i told her that i was going to call ambulance. she wanted to get scared. >> you can hear from other young heroes at 6:00. we'll talk to children from san francisco being recognized for swiftly getting help during an emergency. >> and still ahead on abc 7 news at 4:00 expanding online education. an announcement giving access to certain course autos plus, they've been married 75 years, they're secret to staying in love so long after saying i do. >> this willow tree is a sure sign there are beavers living here. >> michael fin ye
will not face any charges. >>> more chances to learn. san jose state university is expanding its online classes. the school announced this morning it is partnering with online course developer ed eshe to offer more classes online. other schools are part of this expansion. governor brown has pushed for schools to aggressively pursue online courses as a way to deal with overcrowding at public universities. lieutenant governor gavin newsom was at the campus for the announcement. >> this is evidence-base ad provo to a new form of learning in a world that's no longer connected, but hyper-connected. in a world that's changing as rapidly as any other time in human history. no longer localized, no longer centralized, it's people-centric. technology is democratizing voices and giving people more choices. >> $10 million in state money has been earmarked for the online-only courses. >>> still ahead at 5:00, fast forward treatment. the potential breast cancer breakthrough that was green lighted today. >>> not a regular call. firefighters respond only to become the emergency themselves. the late-breaking de
. well galloway's response originally said is going viral on-line. you are an on nonmouse stanonym student who is regretting his send button. i hope you register pause real pause and take to heart in what i tell you. get your blank together. having some respect and manners are key elements of success. since this e-mail went viral the professor is getting an e-mail about every three minutes from people expressing either anger or support. what do you think of his message? anger or support. you can send i sus your comment tweet them or e-mail us at foxfriendsfirst@foxnews.com. we will read them later in the show. >>> taxes, do you still have to file? you have a few hours left and you might have a few questions. we have a few tax experts to help. >> there has been a whole song written about it. lauren, she likes to wear these as well. now low hanging pants could be a costly wardrobe choice in one city. as we go to break a look at the gas prices $3.53 that is unchanged since yesterday. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] it was designed to escape the ordinary. it feels like it can escape gravity
is out and about... with ted's now ex-girlfriend. wheeeee! whoo! later ted! online claims appointments. just a click away on geico.com. >> shepard: this is "studio b." it's the bottom of the hour. time for the top of the news. president obama ordering a review of intelligence to find out whether we missed warning signs before the boston bombings. the president says he will leave no stone unturned to fine out what could have stopped the attack. in says he wants to find our why the suspects stayed under the radar even after the warning from russia. president obama acknowledged the russian officials told the fbi the now-dead bombing suspect could extremist ties. >> the internal review will examine the' intelligence to determine whether warnings from russia that tamerlan tsarnaev was a follower of islam were adequately investigated and shared. with the traditional al qaeda leadership in the tribal areas of pakistan and afghanistan, he says the brothers appear to be poster boys for the radical islam. >> one of the dangers we now face are self-radicalized individual of individuals who are al
of two courses. one is a two-hour online certified food handler class. they take a test, $15 online. that would be good enough to meet the training requirements. or they can take an eight hour certified food manager class which we actually give, the golden gate restaurant association also gives that, and a number of places in san francisco. that costs arond $100 and they have to take an. >> commissioner riley: either or. >> either or. that's $15 for the online clas. >> chair adams: mission or dooley. >> commissioner dooley: it said no shipping allowed. was wondering why. >> we want to make sure that there are direct sales. the whole thing is that this is a local business kind of thing; it was not intended to the sale out-of-state. can take internet sales requests but the operator has to do the delivery directly to that person, so we know there is a direct sale. >> chair adams: commissioner ortiz. >> commissioner ortiz-cartagena: are those certification classes multi-lingual? >> i know it is in chinese and spanish, and i think in several other languages too, the two- hour class.clas
, beginning monday morning at 6:50 eastern on c-span and see all the winning documentaries online at tudentcam.org. >> next, a look at the record amounts of money raised in the 2012 campaign. juliana smoot headed the campaign operations for president obama and spencer zwick was chair for mitt romney in 2008 and 2012. they also talk about the significance of online donations and the influence of outside spending groups like superpacs. hosted by the university of chicago institute of politics, this is about an hour and a alf. >> thank you. and thanks everybody for oming. this is an exciting deal to have student of politics at the university of chicago as a chicago native, i'm just thrilled by this and thrilled to be able to take part of in it. and i wanted to start out tonight with a quote from a man named. mark hannah who lived and was more than more than 100 years ago. and he was william mckinley's campaign manager in the election of 1896. which had a lot in common with 2012, as i'm going to mention n my book. and hannah said there are three ssential things in america politics, money and i can
an online component, or if your business is purely online driven are there particular -- i don't see anything that really suggests sort of a 3.0 world of business online. >> right. and what i would say is that yes we do see businesses that come into our office that are planning be virtual businesses so we do advise them on what is required their business registration. they may need a seller's permit. are they dealing with exporting /importing things so we tailor the counsel to that. i would say that the requirements are much smaller -- the heavy licensing requirements around and costs are around the brick and mortar . so we do -- i think most businesses it's almost for those that deal in any kind of commerce having an on site -- an online to be be able to exchange money is something that most businesses have. while we as government may not be able to say these are the best types of means of business able to take payments and how do handle that, that's kind of where we might defer to there are classes at the sba that provide that kind of information, but we can't do that kind of
was there and has more. >> reporter: the san jose university announced they would be expanding their online program. that's here on the campus. educators and the founders of the edex, the online company, says the program has been so successful so far and gavin newsom says the online learning program is a technological breakthrough, allowing educators to reach a new generation of students who grew up in the impercented world. >> people are interested in evidence. this is an evidence-based approach to a new form of living in a world that's hyperconnected and in a world that's changing as rapidly as any other human time in history. >> reporter: edexsays thousands more students will now be able to -- edex says thousands more students will be able to benefit from this and this will be available to 11 more campuses. advocates say the blended education model reaches more students and those students get better grades. students who take the class say the classes are more work but that it helps because they are allowed to learn at their own pace. >> i like that, you know, sometimes it's hard to catch everyth
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